This adorable hot water bottle will warm you up during your cold nights. It will keep you warm for a long time.
This hot water bottle is made from 100% natural rubber, which helps maintain the temperature of the liquid and retain heat longer than traditional silicone hot water bottles.
Fill the hot water bottle with hot water and place it in bed for up to 10 minutes before going to bed.
This thermal hot water bottle prepares you a warm and wonderful sleeping atmosphere. Its heat also helps relieve some pain.
The hot water bottle can be used on its own as a remedy for body aches, pains, and sports injuries, such as back, neck and shoulder pain, muscle pain, menstrual cramps, and tension.
Besides traditional hot therapy, this hot water bottle can also be used as a cold compress for feverish children or to reduce swelling for minor injuries.
Its adorable protective cover is made from soft removable wool to help isolate hot water and maintain its effectiveness for 6 to 8 hours. It also protects the hot water bottle from impact and dirt and keeps your hot water bottle hot longer.
The cute and attractive design on the cover makes the hot water bottle a thoughtful and cozy gift for your mom, dad, kids, friends on Mother’s Day, Christmas and New Years. Easy to use: Let the boiling water cool slightly before pouring.
Take the neck of the hot water bottle with cover. Slowly fill the water up to 2/3. Slowly take out the residual air and tighten the screw cap. Make sure there are no leaks before using it. The set contains 1 rubber hot water bottle and 1 soft wool cover. Our hot water bottle is manufactured according to BS.1970: 2012 to ensure maximum safety.
- Color: Red
- Pattern: Deer
- Materials: Wool & Rubber
- Approximate size: 26.8 x 16 x 4.4cm
- Capacity: 1 L
- Net weight: 330g
- Suitable for right-handed and left-handed
It is easy to clean. It can be stored easily when cold and takes up little space.
Note from Zunik: It’s a nice, thoughtful and cozy little gift for your mom, dad, kids, friends for Mother’s Day, Christmas and New Years Day.